Presenting a frontier log cabin and its defenders for our French Indian War campaign:
|Protecting Hearth and Home against a War Party|
The Ohio River valley is rugged place where settlers carve out their lives the hard way. It's a tough existence and every cabin needs protection from raiders, thieves and worse. So in addition to the homestead, there are six stout defenders (figs by Galloping Major: pack FIW AAC 3 "Settlers Defending 3: Command and Characters). Even the Parson needs to take up arms to defend his flock, but my favourite is the balding shopkeeper with the blunderbuss (Indian figures are not part of this round and were previously submitted).
The cabin has a removable roof and the interior has simple but nice detail which I have done in a worn, used style. I have some furniture but left them out to make it more useable for gaming. There is only the single door but each side has 1 or more windows from which to present defensive musketry.
Overall a fun and satisfying project to add some needed FIW terrain to our table, and added an Armed Civilians unit to my Sharp Practice 2 force. Thanks to Alan for the donation of those figures (they only took 5 months to paint up mate!)
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|"To Arms! To Arms!"|